joel at OARcorp.com
Fri Aug 17 21:42:34 UTC 2001
> I'm using rtems with pc104. I am rather green on rtems however. I have
> successfully compiled and run
> two of the netdemos and hello world. My current problem is that rtems
> won't use the serial port as the
> console device.
My understanding was that you modified the setting of a couple of
pc386/console/console.c to accomplish this.
* Possible value for console input/output :
* 1. Currently BSPPrintkPort, cannot be assigned to COM2,
* it will be fixed soon.
* 2. If both BSPConsolePort and BSPPrintkport are assigned
* to same serial device it does not work that great
int BSPConsolePort = BSP_CONSOLE_PORT_CONSOLE;
int BSPPrintkPort = BSP_CONSOLE_PORT_CONSOLE;
/* int BSPConsolePort = BSP_UART_COM2; */
int BSPBaseBaud = 115200;
> My processor board is the Jumptec MOPS/586..
> My main issues currently are getting or writing a device driver for
> ethernet chipset (Crystal CS8900)
It has a libchip driver so all you should need is the glue to the
Chris Johns <ccj at acm.org> submitted this a while back.
> and drivers for a DtoA board as well as a Synchronous Serial Interface
OK those aren't in the tree. If they are for off-the-shelf boards, we
all would be happy to see
them in the tree.
And I hope it goes without saying that custom driver development is one
many RTEMS related services.
> Robert Wasierski
> Dynacs Engineering
> Eric Norum wrote:
>> I apologize in advance if this is a FAQ, but is anyone out there in
>> RTEMS-land using PC-104 SBC's?
>> If so, with what processor? Using what BSP?
>> Eric Norum eric.norum at usask.ca
>> Department of Electrical Engineering Phone: (306) 966-5394
>> University of Saskatchewan FAX: (306) 966-5407
>> Saskatoon, Canada.
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